Housing and rental assistance
For people who are HIV/AIDS positive.
Get partial rental subsidies for individuals and families. The maximum subsidy is $250.00 for single adults $350.00 for families.
Call 415-972- 1335.
For disabled individuals. Get counseling and support for the Housing Planning Program.
Call Michael Scarce at 415-972-0873 for phone counseling.
Rental assistance for back rent, security deposit, and rental subsidies for seniors, disabled adults, HIV+ households, families living in SRO’s, and mixed immigration status families in public housing. Especially targeting the underserved gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and queer communities.
Apply online at https://theqfoundation.org/services/
Or call our phone intake line at 415-552-3244 staffed with live support specialists during business hours.
For people who identify as transgender. Get rental assistance, transitional housing and navigation, advocacy and provider training.
Call 311 and specify need for Transgender focus
Housing and services for LGBTQ+ seniors, and seniors (of any age) can phone to request check-ins.
Oasis Legal Services
For LGBTQA+ immigrants who live in the geographical area that is served by the San Francisco Asylum Office.
Legal resources and litigation for the TGNC community. Hosting national calls for trans leaders and organizations on Facebook Live.
Their helpline is open. Call 510-587-9696.
Resources for LGBTQ youth
TAY Youth (ages 18 to 24) who are marginally housed, shelterless, or need in-person services, can receive help from these organizations.
134 Golden Gate Ave
Monday to Friday 9 am to 2 pm
1728 Bancroft Avenue
Monday to Friday 1 pm to 5 pm
Monday to Friday 10 am to 6 pm
Emergency services and hotline available, legal resources, video and phone support in connecting to resources.
Unemployed workers have access to health care through Covered California.
Undocumented workers still have access to health care through Healthy San Francisco.
Call the 24-hr Crisis Line at 415-333-HELP or 415-333-4357.
Health services for LGBTQ+ Youth in San Francisco.
Trans-led peer support and crisis hotline for the Trans Community and COVID-19 support during crisis if you need someone to talk to.
APIENC (API Equality - Northern California)
Social and emotional support for transgender, non-binary, and queer Asians and Pacific Islanders.
Behavioral Health Services
Peer support program for transgender women of color.
Weekly support group via zoom on Monday nights at 5 pm.
New clients can contact Toni via text at 510-731-7980.
Resources and services for trans Latinas.
Call 415-864-7278 for services via telephone.
Health services for cis women and trans people.
In-person appointments for urgent needs only. Limited number of COVID-19 test kits available. Routine visits via phone or telehealth. No mental health groups currently. Tuesday night meals are still available.
Services for communities most impacted by HIV.
Limited services at 6th St Harm Reduction Center, Strut, and mobile syringe sites.
For TransLife check-ins, email Joaquin Meza at firstname.lastname@example.org
Health services for LGBTQ and people of color.
Clinic open for urgent care needs. Very limited COVID-19 screening kits available.
Dental services available for urgent needs only. No routine appointments or cleanings.
Call 415-292-3400 for behavioral services.
TRANS:THRIVE (part of SF Community Health Center)
Health services and events for trans/GNC community, Access program for trans women of color with HIV ongoing. Virtual group meetings.
Occupational health and safety clinic for sex workers.
Limited medical services and supplies available. Mental health appointments by phone or video.
Get general help and connecting to other services
SF Human Rights Commission
Discrimination Division supports LGBTQ folks who are discriminated against in housing, employment, and public accommodations.
Providing some services and appointments remotely via phone or Zoom.
Advancing equity for trans, GNC, LGBTQ San Franciscans.
Contact to share needs and updates on services for LGBTQ community.
Service linkage and referrals for TGNC. Follow-ups and inquiries are conducted via telephone.
Resources for TGNC and intersex current & former prisoners.
We are also providing direct support to trans folks coming out of SF jail.
Creating welcoming space for trans people in the Tenderloin.
For disabled individuals interested in the Workforce Development Training program.
Call the LGBT National Hotline at 888-843-4564
If you are 25 or younger, call the LGBT National Youth Talkline at 800-246-7743
If you are 50 and over, call the LGBT National Senior Hotline at 888-843-4564
For LGBTQ Youth 13 to 24 years old.
Call the Mental Health Hotline at 1-866-488-7386.
For the Trans and Gender Variant Community.
Call the Mental Health Hotline at 877-565-8860.
National Center for Lesbian Rights
For LGBTQ people anywhere in the country (including youth, parents, students, workers, elders, athletes, conversion therapy survivors, immigrants, asylum seekers, incarcerated people)
Contact their Legal Helpline by emailing email@example.com.